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ICMAP and career!
10-27-2010, 04:34 PM,
ICMAP and career!
Hello All!

I am a BBA(Hons) graduate and planning to go to icmap; I have much information related to job market and work demand. My decision to go to stems from the enthusiasm I have for icmap. I am very enthusiastic about doing acma.

As about my educational background, I am above-average student. I have topped or got good grades on marks sheet in almost every exam from matriculation to bachelors. Hard worker and good learner, I am. I am quiet committed to studies. As well, i have good grasp of accounting and finance subjects that were taught in BBA(hons).

After graduation, I am planning to go to job. But besides I also want to continue my studies and for that I have opted for ICMAP. MBA is quiet an easy task for me, I like challenges. But its the matter of future and being emotional doesn't work or I will ruin my life. The question I want to ask are

1. ACMA with job (full time) is a good option or not? If not why?
2. What is the best route of study, coaching, corresponding, or distance-learning? (keeping in view the job factor of question 1)
3. In how many years a hard-worker student would earn ACMA?
4. Does ICMAP follows the policy of rationing (passing a specific % of students during a year)?
5. Most importantly, how many hours a day would earn you an acma in 3 years (keeping in view that a person in smart in studies)?

I would like to receive views of icmap alumni or students. Any other person with useful views are also welcome to reply.


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